Translation of lumpectomy in Spanish:

lumpectomy

Pronunciation /ˌləmˈpɛktəmi//lʌmˈpɛktəmi/

nounPlural lumpectomies

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    extirpación de un bulto en el pecho feminine
    extirpación de un tumor en el pecho feminine
    • She underwent a lumpectomy and completed radiation therapy, 9 months and 6 months, respectively, prior to the development of the scalp lesions.
    • Now not everybody is a candidate for what we call breast conservation, that is just doing a lumpectomy and radiation.
    • Am I doing too many mastectomies versus lumpectomies?
    • Due to lack of diagnostic information, the patient received cancer therapy that included a lumpectomy, lymph node dissection, and radiation therapy.
    • An early stage cancer will probably involve a lumpectomy, removing the lump and the breast tissue around it.
    • The five-year risk of cancer returning after a lumpectomy drops from 26% to 7% if the radiation treatment is used, a University of Oxford team found.
    • Following lumpectomy, local recurrence is usually at the surgical site and can be treated with mastectomy.
    • It is important to remember that, at this point, the patient is facing a lumpectomy and sentinel lymph node biopsy with possible axillary dissection.
    • Medical history included a lumpectomy of the same breast 20 years earlier.
    • One winter day an anxious young woman underwent a lumpectomy of her breast.
    • But then right after I came out, I think I found a lump in my breast that we thought was cancer, and I had to get a lumpectomy.
    • Researchers are focusing on cancer patients who have had lumpectomies because this procedure is easier to correct than mastectomy.
    • Typically, when a woman has breast cancer, she undergoes a lumpectomy to excise the cancer.
    • In addition, the cancer was no more likely to metastasise in women who had had a lumpectomy than in women who had had a mastectomy.
    • Most women with early breast cancer get offered a lumpectomy with radiation or a mastectomy.
    • A fine-needle aspiration biopsy of the mass was performed followed by a lumpectomy with lymph node sampling.
    • These include diabetes, nipple piercings, lumpectomies or breast irradiation, the use of corticosteroids, having silicone breast implants, and being a heavy smoker.
    • She made a positive choice to have a mastectomy rather than a lumpectomy to ensure the cancer did not spread.
    • Following a mastectomy or lumpectomy, drains and drainage bags can be carried in the pouch.
    • If these nodes do not have cancer, you will most likely not have to have any more surgery after your lumpectomy.